The Serpent's Egg Trailer

The Serpent's Egg Trailer (1977)

28 October 1977 Drama, Mystery 120 mins

The Serpent's Egg follows a week in the life of Abel Rosenberg, an out-of-work American circus acrobat living in poverty-stricken Berlin following Germany's defeat in World War I.

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Cast

David Carradine

as Abel Rosenberg

Liv Ullmann

as Manuela Rosenberg

Heinz Bennent

as Hans Vergerus

Gert Fröbe

as Inspector Bauer

Isolde Barth

as la fille en uniforme

Toni Berger

as Monsieur Rosenberg

Richard Bohne

as l'officier de police

Paula Braend

as Madame Hemse

Erna Brünell

as Madame Rosenberg

Fritz Strassner

as Doktor Soltermann

James Whitmore

as Priester

Andrea L'Arronge

as Gardemädchen

Gaby Dohm

as Frau mit Kind

International Releases Dates

Spain 06 July 1978

Sweden 28 October 1977

United States 26 January 1978

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